THE DAWSON WEEKIJi JOURNAL.
15 V M. tl < KKH Jk 880.
ftiwoß uatceklu Journal,
Published Every Thursday.
TE «.WS— strictly in Pittance.
Three monthi. ~ ,lfl J 6
9i« months I' ‘l®
On» *e*r.» v t'l J*'Jtf *ik
Hates ofAd vcrtisi ng :
o*e dollar par square of ten liar* for the
equtre lor each subsequent iusertioD, not ex
One squire three months. .-I 8 00
One square six months • ' 1* 00
One square one year 20 0(1
Two squares three months • J- Op
Two squares six months 18 00
Two squares one SO 00-
Fourth of a column three moths SO 00
Fourth of • colutuu six qionth* 60-0«
Hilfoolnmn three moths 4 > 0"
Half colttmn six'mflnThs ""
One column three month*. oO 00
One column six months 100 00
Liberal Deductions Made on
iiimMiiimiiinnnnrT— —‘ MW>IMII,IIIIIIIMIItIMI<
Sheriff’s Sale-, per levy ....*2 SO
Mortgage Fi Fa Sales per square 5 00
Citations for Letters of Administration, S 00
it 4* *4 Guardianship, 3 00
Dismision from Apministration, 6 00
•• “ Guardianship, 4 00
Application for leave to sell land, 6 00
Sales of Land, per square, 6 00
Sales of Perishable Propertv per squ’r, 3 00
No'iccs to Debtors and Creditors,...-. 8 (to
Foreclosure of Mortgage, per square, 2 00
JKstray Notices, thirty days, 4 00
Job vt'ork ot every description exe
cuted with neatness and dispatch, at moderate
RAIL -ROAD GUIDE.
\YM. HOLT, Pres. | VIRGIL POWERS, Sup
Leave Macon 5.15 A. Af. ; arrive at Colum
bus 11.15 A. Af. ; Leave Colu"'bus 12 45 P.
Af • arrive at Macon fi 20 P. Af.
Leaves Macon 8 A Jf; arrives at En
Uula 5 30, P M ; leaves Eufsu|» 7 20, A J 1 ;
Arrives at Macon 4 50, P M.
Leave. Smi'hville 1 46, P M; Arrives at
Albany 3 11, P M ; Leaves Albany 9 35, A M;
Arrives at SmiihviHe 11, A M.
Leave Cutlrbert 3 67 P. M ; arrive at Fort
<; ,ius 5 40 P. Af T Leave Fort. <1 a ins 7.05 A
Af ; arrive at ’C'uittbert 9.05 A. Af.
Jtlacon & Wc.torii Railroad.
A J WHITE President. A PT
R, WALKER, Superintendent.
PAY PASHF.MjKR TRAIX.
Le.Tes Macon . . • *7 SO A. M. :
Arrives at. A'laQta . . 1 57 F, 51.
Le.jV.-s AUunta - ■ • h ;,! V -"•
Arrives af Maooo e. . .1 -to P; M.
Leaves Macon . * . - S 45 1 M.
Arrives at Atlanta • • 4.ili-.4sJJt
Leaves A i .i.U - • 8 lo P. M
Ariivesal Macon . . 1 25 A. V.
Western A Atlujltic Railroad.
CAItPHF.LL WALLACE, Sap’i.
DAT PiSSSNUKU TltAlX.
I,“\*e Attinta . • • 545 A. If.
IDittOn . ' . • • 2 r.tl F- M.
Arriv.*. ,c Chstlanooga . . 5.25 P. M.
L’.'\v» (thaimnoo’ii . • 3.2" 5. M.
tVrtv* *t Atkirita .' . . 12 05 F. M.
Lairre AtWntm % h**l e*44lfl PM.
Arrive »t Ohaitsnooga . . 4.1f) A M
Lr»»e Gl'st'snoog* . . 4SOP. M.
Arrive »t Dilt»i) . . . 750 P. M
Arrive at Atlatifa . . • 1-41 A. M.
ORS. HODMETT & PERRYMAN
HAYI/G formed a co-partnership in the
practice of Afedietne, offer their Pro
fessional services to the pur*lk', and as expe
rienced Physicians in all the branches o f
their profession, confidently anticipate that
their former success will insure a liberal share
oi practice. j a,,} iflull. ■» -*■
Tlte cash aystem having been eslablished
in everything else, all bills will be considered
due as soon as a case is dismissed.
Offics—Until further notice, in the front
room of the “Journal” building, up stair*.
W. H. HODMETT,
J L. D. PERRYMAN.
Dawson, Ga , June l;tt
JUi. Iv A. WAUMllji,
Oh FERS bis Professional services to the
citizens of Chickasawliatchee and its
vicinity. From ample experience in both
civil and Military practice, he is prepared to
treat successfully, cases in every denartment
of his profession. janl«’6Btf
0. B. WOOTEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
jtnift 1868 ly
DK H, MOllfall is dow in i hi« eity,
and all person* wishinjj: KVsftw op
frations will do well to svnil thcniselves of
his He cun pr»ve patißfrto’orv refer
aiices. Office secoud door north Journal ol
aug2o 1 m
(Opposite Th« ratstwjer Depot.)
HIACOH, - . crouoiA.
IS N T uw oppQ for the reception of visttnrß
A Having spared no expense in furnishing
tni" House now throng mi', nod iWt ri«iued
tnat the Tahir »n<l Bar shall he inferior t"
“one in the South, I feel cnnthlent that I can
®"'r to tor old patrons and the public *ll Itu'
‘hey ean wish in . Ho el. (Mtt and see me.
. L J, L. BYltffmhV,
feh2Q3m Late of Fort Vallay, o*.
V AUJAH LB
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
\ Three Hundred Acres of pood
' an< ' bbig in and adjoining Daw
n Terrell cnnntr, Oi., mleo three B'ore
* dwelling in s*fd town, whteh
' be sold tow. For further P*rfield rs
wi?| ,lr * , "' n Coker, Esq., of Pawsnn, who
*«t *g no representative in the ssle.’ftc.
»ug2o 3m« KOBT. J. HODGES.
Dawson Business Directory,
Dry Goods .lli'rrliaiils,
I*K ITT, J. Dealer in all lauds of
Dry Goods. Main Street,
( IKK, HR4MV V .V « 0., I . »1, r-in
V * Fancy »tid Staple Drv floods, Main st.,
under Jjourpar Printing Office.
(JllMllL, «. 91. A BHO., Dealers
dj in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
C aching, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c.,
Main st. ' and
louiAs a GKirrn, dmUn
-4 tn Staple Dry Goods and Groceries.
As- tin Street,
nOBEKTW, J. W. A CO , Deal
ra or Fancy and Hanpie Dry,Goods,and
Groce, ies, North West corner Public Square.
PEIIPLEK, W. i’ll., Dealer in S'a pie
and Fancy Dry Goode, Loyless’ Blook,
FCf.TO’Y. .1. A., Dealer in Bacon,
Flour, M eal and Provisions generally, at
Sharpe k Brown’s old stand, Main at.
77 OOIF, U. 11., Dealer in Groceries and
li Familv supplies generally, next door to
•Journal’’ Office, Main st.
/ t KEEK At killH()\ S, Grocery
V I and Provision Dealers, South side 7'ub
in Groceries and I'roviaioDS, opposite
Public Square, Main st.
\ LEYASDIU A l* A IlftOTT,
11 Dealers jn Dry Goods, time cries and
Provisions, 2nd door from Hotel, J/ait st.
UJOOTEI. WIH., Dealot in Groce-
Vt ries and Piovisions, Loyless Block,
IWYJL J. E., Dealer in Groce-
J rios and Provisions, J/ain st.
I J,. TM hilK A HIM!.. Gro
wl • cers andkJommission J/en-hants, Afnlii
P lIE.ITHAH, C. A ~ Druggist and
. v ician. Keeps a good supply ol
Drugs and Medicines, and prescribes for all
the ills that fl sh is heir to. At his old stand,
the Red Ding Store, Main st.
I/J ONi. .J. 4., *4 Kharpei Brown’s
old stand, .Vlaio street.
I OT I. ESS & <7 It IIF lib, w«re-
A J house and 6'ouumssiou Merchants, J/ain
\y if.i.i vvison, miss m«i.-
IV UK, keeps constantly on band the
latest ntyfes ot Hu's. Bonnes, Dress Tiim
mitigS, irr, Loyless BWcV, -I/.UM st.
U alr l! Kejmircr.
LLGH, JO lib P„ will repair
. \ Winches, Clqi kf,fL 'veli y, Jfiieic pcoks,
AcoO <V>ons, Ac , alwayß t *55 ton,id at. hie
old at,rod. en North eide ol Ptiidic Square
n A Nil 3,1 t I»*3, Sale and
Livery Stable, Horses and Mules for
-ale rod biro Hmses boarded. .North side.
PIiIMCU, A. ii. A .1. K , Sale and '
Overv Stable, h'irf deathrs'itf Jldrscs at'd
Mules. Carriages, flugejes and ITor-es sot
lore. Horses boaided on reasonable terms
at their ncw Mat.lc. on Maiu et. ■ ,
rEAVIS, W. 'r.% Keeps constantly on
J hand, #L grades of Tobacco, at Alexan
der k /*:irrOtt’s, Main street.
Sni'Cll, J. C. S., Dealer iu Guns,
I /’iytols, Caps, Cartiidger, aud sporting
goods geucially, Maiu st.
WJl<n, PATRICK, Dealer jn flue
IV Wines and Liquois, Cigars, stc., Jiainst.
Tannery and Shoe Shop.
LEE, AV. W., ! Shoe Afir.ntactory, on
South side .Public Square.
GRR, BRfiWN & GO.
~T~ et our fiiotls rciiK‘i»]>f'rUwit sre-keep al
ways on hand iiu-h a supply of GOODS a«
the times and the place demand, wliich Wib
inWf” 70 * w *
Sell On Reasonable Terms,
Ol Lite bust article, at
ORR, BROWN & CO S.
Dawson, m«T 28th 1868 ; Hm.
S, A roKTKII. JNO. 1,1 ■
PORTER & HUDGINS,
WHOLESALE A lEEI ALL
TboFccBANI M _ m
TIUKI) STB liUT.
(Oypafite Southern Express Office.)
jun fF ’--i.
DAWSOX, Cm A., r rill ’TI SI W’A ,
They say— ah, well 1 suppose they do !
But cm they prove that story t, pc ?
Suspicion may arise from naught
Jlbt ma,ice, euvr, want ol ll,ought ;
What count yourself utnoug the “they’’
Who whispur what they- dare not say »
They say—bnt why the tale reherse,
- And help to make the matter worse ?
No good can possibly accrue
From telling what may be untrue ;
And is it oot a nobler plan
To speak of all the best you can?
They say—well, if it should be so,
Why need you tell the tale of woo?
Will it the bitter wrong redress,
Or make one pang of sorro < less ?
Will it the erring one restoie,
Henceforth 10 “go and ain no more ?”
They say—oh ! pause and look with n !
See how thy heart inclines to sin !
Watch, lest it, dark temptation’s hour
Tlion, too, should siuk beneath its power I
Pity the frail—weep o’er their fall,
But speak of good, or not at all!
lI.IKMG I.OVi; WITHOUT
A younor Pnrican, traveling in Ger
many, took the road from Htrasbui <r
to Berlin In the carriage he selected
were f.'tir other persons, two mammas
and two daughters. The two m titers
were face to face in one corner; the
young man took the opposite, ant
found trmself face to face with the
young ladies. The Purisan put on a
distracted and absent air. The col
lector came to demand the ticket. The
young man prtid no affection at all
when the request was mntif times re
peated. Moused at hist from his rev
erie in presence of 'he ladies, he had
recourse to a ruse to avoid exciting
“What art? you saving?” he ssld
“Why do you not speak French?’'
Tiie collector then exp'arned by
-igns, the ti ket was examiitod,' the
young man returned to his lev,vie ; bnt
not to enjoy it long, for th s time the
voting ladies routed him. They began
in full voice :
“This young man is very handsomt,”
“llist Bertha !” said the other, in a
sort of affright.
“Why, he do-en’t know a word of
Herman, eaid Bertha. “We cab
talk freely. What do you think of
‘ Only ordinm ilv,” was the reply,
“You are too difficult to [dense
Ho has n charming figure and a gen
teel air ”
1 Ho is too pale and besides* yon know
I don't like dark men.
1 And you know I prefer dark to
fair. We have nothing buts, ir faces
in Germany. It is mcn.ttonous and
“You forget '.hat yon are srbtnr.ife,”
said l be other.
“Oh, for a woman, it is different. He
has a nice moustache."
‘‘Beriba, if your mother should bear
“She is busy with her talk to your
mother ; besides, it is no harm to speak
of moustaches ”
“1 j>refer the light moustaches of
“I understand you and Albert are
engaged ; but 1, who ain without a
lover, am free to express my own opio
ietfe. and as free to say that this young
man has beautiful eyes "
“They have no expression,” rotnrn
od (he other.
“You do not know. I am sure hr
has much spirit, and it is a pity he
does not speak German; he would
chat with us.”
“Would yon marry a Frenchman V
“Why not, if lie looked like this one,
and was spiri'ed, well btitn and arma
! nib? But I Can hardly keep lrom
laughing See, he does no; dteatn
what we are saying.”
The voung traveler was endowed
wi h a greut power of self-control,
and he hud preserv'd his absent anti
inattentive air all the time; and while
the dialogue continued, tie thought
what cur ous results li;s utt mp s to
avert a laugh by pretending not to
know G. rman, had brought about.—
He looked carefully at Bertha, and his
resolution was taken. At the nest
sta ior the collector came again for
the ticket, when the voting man. with
extra ©labors Lion soti m eAooiUut Uoi
tiitm, said :
“Ah, you want my tick t. Very
well, let me See; i believe it i» in my
portmonanie O, y <■*, Imre it if.”
The effect was 8 artling. Bertha bo
eunie nearly t-tense'ess, but koihi recov
ered under the polite apologies ol the
voting Frenchman. They w re ideneed
with each nth' r, and hi T f w weeks
Ber hu rut fieri her good ojjW’bn, and
oavo a pruetioai preotof her wiJ’uig
ness to wed a Frenchman.
A gentleman traveling in a rectlou
of curpry which $h ril be namt-lt-ss, stop,
peel at the bouse of a pious ofq woman,
and übst rving her Fondness f«f a pet ting
ventured to ask the name of the animal.
The guffrf woman answered' by>pjing
that t-lie called him 'XlorQnxer’ is not
that a strang name?’ inquired the -
MetM*)-* ‘Jdn’ Mtd the puma old lad?,
'bnt I thoo must be a good one,
ajljf u;id ir in the F und it in
the Bible?’ quoth the g.utlemau. Fray
in what pert of the Bible did you Und
it ?’ The old lady took down her Bi
ble with the utfcftft rcwi H-seo, and turn
ing tb the tex , fead as ft flows: ‘More
over the came and lick< and his sotos ’
•Tber »avd fi he triumphantly, *1 avc 1
uat il q, highest atttmftfty r.tr the
Dame?’ _ ~
Gen. OuncflO tins beep relieved of
cpit|l>i::Qii ut Nlisb'ilid.
Mcwarl County Affairs.
1 Tke following loiter to the A built
j Constitution, fiflly cxiduH* thu -,la o
dirtutb-Dict <4 iu Hirwart (J unty ;
pßKsroa, Ga , jjttpt. 7, loij.Si.
To Udifor of Chi’ (donutUutiu/tf
8l„oe the and ito »1 iny lat-r, | havo j
been visiting iur ncigkburutg io*n -
htitUFkiu, lu fcj'owai t uounty, and -as j
that i* a pqiot at wixicU colttideiable
excitmuent has rveentiy prevaikd, >t la ,
pcrlups, pr per to |ive no mo of tbo .
causes of this «xci euicnt, a* much for ,
the l)eu li; of tbe K'tiT-baui as tioutb- ,
ere people. It u a tact, us wbiyli all are
oognixaut, that the negroes io tins, as
Well as other poilions oftbctSlatc, have,
f,r the past several mouths, been almost
nightly engaged iu (hilling and other
wise geerniugly,, jirepai it)“ for a eoi Ibct.
That, whit; s was at the bottom ot al.
this, there caunot be ad .übt; that at
least one was at the bottom of it, iu
Stewart oouuty, is alun st heyot and doubt
But lest I grow t, lious, "se will at
onec return to our sheep.”
As has been previously state 1, negro
drilling was a comuiou occurrence in
Sicwart county, ns was midnight League
rDeetintts. The psople, with an unpar
donable apathy, sileujtly permitted all
this, and otherwise allowed the negroes,
generally, rather au extensive latitude.
That more than probable conscqueuee
of this was, the residence of Jonu M.
Caiii was destroyed by fire on the night
of the £stl» ultimo, though tin have been
the w,qk of an mcohdary. On Thurs
day night thereafter, the 27tb ultimo,
the grocery store of Charise B. Burkt
was brtkqu into, and then tired in softer
al [.laces. The site was sg far
when diseoYefcd, that it could not be
cheeked until! it had cbr;Stiii>e4 a 11" f h <"■
buildings di ivn to the next street, in
cluding a shoe 1 sfit-p, the grocery store
of Whitfield Cain, the drug store fin
Masonic bud-Hap} of Tatum it r. arid I
the Masohfd Ifail, besides’ several ’other
suit 11 buildiiigs, None sis tiffs jorocar y
wastnshred. C R. Burke w.- .i>
fceuvif'st loser, having lost Lis pu tire stcy-k
a.s well as his moitiqy, notes and n-c qhb*
.old and new, amountteg in all to sum •
seven often tnousand iPufavg.
Thomas Cray ten, c! tV I'd;./ nj ml
of the Hack and fan (!■tisliftiiioljal (?)
Qonvemior, KTt’thaf night, for A'b i -v'
It was known 1 e had no tnoficy. Glm r
■ clrcpnigtatiees Loin ted to him and Lis
clan, ar.J altl nugh J lie heme in which
he tiyed was burned, he go'.hing Vr
and bul one turn of things
tftk.eO tnertfrom. The t.raguc qa,s q|-
peeially engaged iu .cut t.lve
fbccndiari-s. ’ Ttiis Wft? a ti cutes at.ci?
.singular iu the txircmo.
Tt.iogs thus, contieuid (or .stycjal,
days, whh hut asiugl.t arrest. _ On 'I-'u
day eight, ol t u l .'., three of the. 1. ■ ague
w; re arrfs**t 1, of 4 " Tl> c jpafiy, h.-iiig
Tom Ctaytou's son. and to the tiipb ot
your aowesjjo’r (f rit VdeparUirf, no u|‘h
er arrests had b on mad ', though Vv'ty
nearly mfScient ovi.ler.ee had been ob
t-iiijcd —and l suppose has he u eje this
—ip iinrlicate several .others.
O i Friday aud Saturday after the
burning, exciteti ont tan Very high tn
Lumpkin/ipd a colli-ion lo ween ttto
wbitis and blacks was imminent, the
whites submitted to much more than
they would have dope uitd; r ordinary
circumstances. Bhinl, (I*r. J. E.) ile'
itrepressifte gasometer, figucred, And,
as a reward, received sou.e very b Id
und uumis akable expressions of pjiiui ifi
from the community 3‘iurday tv. u
ing the citizens held a meeting, and be
cause of strange; remarks made by Spot,
he was bandied without gloves, I
think I heard one man siyhe had ri'h
efbe.aTrfe.'ntg'o's “yall.r” d-g than
Dr J hi 8., whi.h t v.'i s forced to r -
gard, knowiug the jo i lee an & probal e
e uditiou dr both animal;-, a- quite ctitii
plitnt Dfary jfo' Spot. Ti c mbef'pg •
adopted hresolutiou rrquesting qTtwfolr*
and respeqtabie color-d people to l ave :
uotbing fd do with Blount, alias Sp-t, ’
n to rr-eogiiiz 1 him should l
fir«t speak. This t ! -
cd to he puhfi*sbed in the Corlsli'utfdn.
Why it has not been done, I am lguttf-r
On Wednesday, the ,21 inst , there
was agaiD Ot. aside rah te excitc-ipi nt, and
had the wliitee given Ihe uugr.ies thmr
dues, they would nave cntvpyincited
them with a few volleys ot EqiEalpif.
By this tin Thom-s in had
returned Iroiu Aibauy, and, circulating,,
the fabrioalcd report that the whites
were going to hang him on that day
*V tduisuay, he cal hid aroiiud him,
about ouo mile from Luuipgio, somp &f-;
ty armed negroes, who during the day,
engaged in drillii it and sending inf el ut j
threats w lbp while pet pie. Asa
ter of aoursc tbe w;om< n »nl cbi.Mrc-ni
were tremendously excited; and.s.iroe
irightened, but the people did t»r'm-.ve':
in ihe matter, as the Slcrtfl was negef'u
nnn with the x buy«Tuf bd»‘s-j
pondenl is of-bind, d-mnlt it km tnueh
ptTsuee'on at.d pegoliSiion wa-ibdu’gfil
in by the She iff A few h.hekshQt
among such breake s 1 f Ppac 1 ' I
violata’rs ofth.e law, gecprafly tfW m .re
ealu-ary tfaot than mild porsuatioi. '
The Sheriff' finally, however,
ednpontfi m to leave, hy aas*;nji
Th..uias Crah p—the prime ca-iS; of
a'l this d's'urb.mc — th«t bo could r -
turn to town and there remain in secutiri
ty lie refuinei!,''fc'ut sun-ct thf*
m-top’c learning fully the manner in
which’the fff fr bad Wn’m'.nsjrrd,
were diisatisfi. and at it, and conclude and to
male Thoinas “git.”
At the r-quest of sotne.cf the ti ttacns,
the ilarshal of the town, with liftoeu (ft 1
twenty c|tifc‘W» preced'd, and * ; o tbo j6sf-
I donee of Tu-rnas and inf-rtued him of
I the iuoeuui>ry jn wjj,ie?T fje BaT
deen comluctr-tg hi up-el , and tne u'r
turhaiicu hr had g :t«u tit- in n»e t . o
■;ud c uuty, and c ■ ! 1 the ni Ttot
by n .tjfeit-g hi«? tl"*= to mtisf
town huu oouqty Ty Q, u eiyva the next
ofi. red go escort U ynud the limi;p us
tbc <; uuly, hut, by leaving iinuit diately
afti r dark that Might, he diuiined to
accept,: w 4j,-,v[ n ,
The Sflierifi', with one oy two-other-,
cam.; down tn where the Marshal war
ins:ilusting l ota to leave, ami made , o
elfort to iuterh re and keep said Tboruag
,in the county, hut U was ‘nt go,” and
bo was very sumuisrily “dried up;”
I The pe -pie had determined to act for
> t.omselvis; and just here lot tue say It
imver saw anyubiug oouduct'd mure
.qji-Uy and orderly than the Marshal's
I expi titlion—there was no excitement,
whftfftjef, until the cJhcriti' come down
aud ini r crcd.
But T houias Crayton left and the
county is rid of a dangerous character.
It is said he wept Li Atlanta, aud if be
did, l warn the c.tizcus against him.
he is a bud m in, and don’t p rind, him
lo stay io your midst; so, boys, 100/cout.
Let every county iu the Btato he on the
alert and ship all sueh characters, aud
we’ll have peace,
Alter Thouiaa left, matters quieted,
and remained so until baturday, when
sixiy-five or seventy uegroea marched
again on the town aud scuta ruuutr
ahead to uotify the people they had best
sind the sheriff and one other man
down to talk with them, (tbe negroes)is
somebody wou and be butt if a crowd
went to meet them. The people were
di-p 8 and tounoago the mutter them
selves’ ibis time, an 1 notified the negro
mesfceuger that they wanted somckudy
hurt, and wuuld go down in a body
They went, axd when the negrohs saw
them they “broke”—seyepl iutlnir
f. iait.o aq adjacent pond,
and swimming it. Some twenty-five or
thirty were captured, and sis ecu stand
•if arm-; and uulmdy hurt, according to.
my adcicea. This is the latest intelli
gence I Faye from he front.”
Old Blunt has to keep his room the
greater portion of bis time, It would
l.o* be j judeti! fir him to tel! the pe,-
) !•■ if is.ewait. County they liaji. murder
,*d one hundred aud sixty ncgjacj} U.fs
year. By the by, he di!nie?,say , ir.'g that
in A r 'lftM}t>i.it<yd ssya be should Lave
tingle a puuUc dcnisl of it, had you pot
I'calLd higi S/Wjf Now, coare, Style?,
jo ■/}& iosulLd him, qud should apoljd
But, look h r -rs llt L sai l Blount is to
be app'iiuta and Brat' Judge by Bullock,
when : pcc.'abg nogrots here will not
as.-neiarc, with him. Lt he is, it wd tru
ly be ttismux a<llji’uin
An Fnrciniuitlit HuAiind.
An aunt • f f>urs Concluded 'ft try the
(ff id of a' t smite and a kind
wYd upon hrYliu’-bind irhcn he h««t re
turned Tr m his work Bhe had read
how a home should tfe plenamit, and the
wife should a Mays n.e’et her husband
with a joyful stud ’ The sacc'ss she
fhau f;j best givwi in the shnpe of a dia
'l* (tvvfcr htlshand, al/nesr'rxhausf- 1
“cJjat.d very witbti 1 ; flirows his
batj on the fl tor and drops heavily in
do a seat’. '•Vife pfepuring teh, looks
up with a smile, and is glad to seq
Wife—“W, l' ( my dear, it is so nice
to have you herv at meal time.’’ A loDg
Husband—“Yoq I suppose sti.”
Wife—“H >w has your b(|sines<i pres
pored to-day ?•’ (Another smTe )
ifiiMnand—“About so s >.”
Wife—■■‘Come, my dear, snrper is
mdVj-lCt me draw your chair. (Anoth
Husband, ert.ffly—“T sm tobfired th
stir. Wait tiif'l wubTTi mV feet."
\Y.‘l —“Bo as you ehoese, my dear.”
l?ir*bar.d—“l.ook o’ hcreLd? woman
1 f re ar.y m i • fuss is made ah mt t\ 1
n! i iike to ki uv what io the thuc
.ier y u are *°t T * lN
A i * - ghed, ,t:il r ’’v qir-bc i her
' miles m that and tr. I', «as
(i ' otie of ilie r- n a-i'ir fort, en didn’t
.•! i- at.d such things.
-* ' .
Ttir lfnuitr Id'i.! ook. -The s’up’d
aSHdri'mgoant c»rr'*t bbgger who styles
hifl’f-elf ‘ Ljvenor (>J Gelrg.ii, bnviug beau
t>v the L'jlisian*t« (li»haiitl
tbe i) aro- 3 he has cused to Le oigan
it ’xi and drilled in various -pnrdob* of
the A atw. prvanw s agsm ti* Gfliut the \
on-f iv w ■ ii a specimen «< I.is i
lißpcrtiat nel, and’tunUgnily. ’ld e erea
! ture [irate* about uit zens of Georgia, a
; ritate wdoiifed into I lie Union, being
1 “fwmi and en id it r»,” and Logos to h.lieve
liiureeH, and to impart th belief to otl
! eiß, that these oegry djiil,-- arc gotten up
by [v opic “<Us igjiuishvd f r thvi
j ttitfty to the. UoiteJ 5 riis. aeoi
1 .ivuLtl lixprcss sge.pqy fe- L, his Tit 1 !.•
kigg lain uiuur-.li g JJs fee),.hit
] bet.i'y -fl rik.; havebetu esuely gor.'d ly
«iu tii-; J. ,
ho lets nut hh rage io pa; -r pr ciam ■-
U ill not ’he R h -dte v ' ;• 1 iQate_.it* !
tc.s; tcLibi.ily by finishing t.p tU; p.'irg
the uiviuug ca-e of lli- o; -'art, ti-urj ■
.mt midi’ aI; 4 ilHj
pco-vlep? llis.impcrtiueilcj'and arrogtuce
.. ! 'okrnjnn Bn a.
' e great skidl rCe fnr the eborfipi
rSTSlff*|? off AtitftffitT, n'n'd :i giirve'bf
oi. b-Jwron Whiter Br.iwn, of
I*, rtland on 1 Henry I'milter of 11 t«-
Ijnrfr. I pl"f<‘ ot f r i-itf.'i- i “ice
nn Wodi.fS'l ,y til't'-rnn'-n Brown ar
! rivc.i tbeTe ol i.oon <>.. -' • and v
Unto. ! b«S eh:n'en<p*r! tbe winning
in'.ll tr r<'\v w.tl-in two week • In in the
rftfstn- ”” "V s *' B ‘ uv f‘*
hlw«iw»*oO_jvd i Jo_j !l2 s«i,v«,,l
The new fMnewwM•reeis*. son ex
tijiwen «#« const, netl <«t the
duv of uliiw iirl. (’ oh stain me ifeai y
Hwtiiwthenws, ami (lie pofUiliKto HtnM
ttwni wutl.joV oxer the event. An lIdVE
liu4ii« G. sen tlitsina haw not been bom
1 hthuru irl ovur-i'iuf edfilMtiK'Jt n>/'
A STi; I.UIiOAT MiAS.l'l IOS.
Ontlmidivli Pranks «>f n Tljisv
I'arwoii—Ho GHn llio Jim
iiinisaml I.oses f 100,000.
The sfeqmyr Fg'e-tiric, ply ing btt
tsxoen this pttini ttnj H< njui'eiwi, was
waked uu tiie other tiny to one of tbo
liveliest sens.itjons of jnejimL In
tho »ti!l of. the ufternooi), iibout the
tiyie, when [mssqngers throw |
Hfii'Jy t)ie paper*, drop all their Title .
ujiivetiiatidiis, and leau buck ljsl,lo8«ly j
and liepr liothing but tl|e dasliing and
rooting ol the big wheel, the lmid, '
quick, Bliarp report of u revoiver won ,
heard n ar tb» centre of (be cabin, f u ]..j
lowed by a dull thud, a* of s tiro heavy
tiody striking tho tfiior.,
I listen’ly all was excitement, and
ttien there was a grand rush of passen
ger*, officers, waiters, and everybody
else for tbe state rooms in the vlebiily
from which the report had sounded,
and doors weie thrown open prwnis
eu. Bsly, regardless of locks and latch
es in the general dive for a solution ol
the mystery. One of the doors wrench
ed open revealed the apparently life
less body oi a middle-aged gentle
man, dressed in black, and a revolver
was lying upon Ike floor near him. —
“Dead !” “Dead !” “Shot himself!”
went through the crowd as the discoy
cry was made; but the excitement
subsided somewhat as the supposed
dead mar; gave a broken hiccough nnd
showed some decided signs of life.—
“Deuif driinlc and only shot in the
neck,” explained someone, onil then
tbe fallen stranger was gently lifted ijy
two men into a berth from which he
had tjvid ntly roiled after discharging
bis rejoWer. Tho lifting bioqght him
out-ofi the drn.iketi stupor fntb vfhfcn
bo bad failed, and he began to tfamwt
himself a <>pni in as good shnpe as his
peculiar coaditinu would permit See
ing a nuiuboi of persons alniut him, he
ticcnme excited, and suddenly discov
ered that h 1 had lost no less than u
hundred thmisanci dollars since getting
aboard the boat. The laugh that fol
lowed this aononneement did not in
the cast shake his faith iu the belief
that he had If*; an immense sura, but
)“' vr.ws fin a ly quieted and tbo ttate
rot in door shut mi Lim.
Considerable curiosity was excited
1° vHio the eccentric patty could be
Mid it wait filially akee'rtained that be
gut aboard at some Indiana port, ami
that ho wns a minister, as his dress had
indicated. He hid several times been
seen at the bar. but had retired to his
stateroom without making any dumcti
Shortly after the first excitement,
had died aw ay, Another report from
tbe reverend gentfcinniTs Mate room
suddenly resounded through tbe cabin
and there was another rush to ascer
tain what damxge had been done. On
tbe door being thrown open tho ec
centric, parson Was Lund to to still
alive upd utiborqpt'd, though exceeding
ly bilaiious and disposed to makeWin
si4f Heard. He came out, and the
clerk to k the revolver from him Up
on ibis be resn-rthd h’s cant Lb Mil los
ing a bund fed thousand dollars, nnd
tire bar-kecjiar innocently sugges'ing
that !<*l. id spent it ,-.t tho bar. the
waxed wroth', and begatl to
übufle lbs? clerk, dechil jug that tire mail
wbu t .and disarmed i.itn bad aLo rub
bed him of his hundred thousand dol
lars This was too miieh for the clerk
iqitT be t )et hini'ie'ff ioib'tbe tipsy trnv
cLvr tike qteti liuudtvft r>f btdldirig ipa
laviug the" aecusef straight oqj,
upon tn- '-Ly. ti.'-p ;.')- 1 j HTnp'rlrjJr.
u-iag ftp the pj.rson for the rest of tne
voyngc. The fallen hero was st once'
[ikkod up and put away iu Ids 1 state
room, w hero becoming somewhat so
bered, be remained quietly until tbe
to t rouebod nt his des'ination, when
lie went aslsMe, mut-h to fiis own re—
b\f afid that ' f 'hfl ort who were
exceedingly shocked at what occurred
Tr iirresi"‘e September 13
Nebraska Untolisr li i
1 nfti* n iy- t >et< ibor 13 |
l'enti-ylvawi;* U«toitw 13
Newt Y'V'ffc DioVWflllMr ii
D'tSwnre Novetitlier S-i
Bffnois ■'Novombur 8
Miasotirt "> MduettJtMt: 8
MwtiwMwt* Novcinlmr ii
Nevada No>. etnlwt J
M>. !•*«!;" he anti* MswuiUtr *,
t/’alifornia Bcptcmbtr ,K''
Mwihe • bwr i teptember 11
•I Wtdo t -wlwtMeMewaUkj
*<}esso*te a Shifty h»c» BI |t
Wort V* \ * Outdkrct ;fci
NtiwJcts'y Ntwciitbcr b
Maryhmf si- November b;
Mi<*ni»»r» oli- 't- Nov. tnb.r si
emma ,*•*« fti +4 ii iVeriftMtiMr ,4 ;
K»B**ft * »tsl Nu.Vc»bßr 1 .
, Tlxs P. rn nh t»l July was coluJ ra.etl
m w«ti a cABoe-raeo, a proevs
si< n, oration, d»nn*t>autl tita-wuiks.—
A Vt urvg Ra«*i.i»A;iH rsjttesrntecl tbe
‘ Go-Ideas Lrborty m tbs | |'«vusmuU> i
’Vol. 111.,,.i]V0. BHA
j <)>• 'JVehing, one tt f the attache* of
the CliitiMW »U>haft*y r is a devout Until.
I “We. 7/t
! n ' ] «* f ln di-
Tati ciifns, :ntd a plYirtunebl sporting
rnsn, died in New Yoi k Sunday of ap
! Allred Alexander, under sentence of
, ilpatb nt J ‘hiladelphuf,-* has again been
I respited bv the Governor, this time,
for tin indefinite period.
Lady TI. rfie aad Mnuntpiji Uny
tire to be present at the October trot
ting mutch, At Ohirfago, and will fake
part in a trial of speed.
Hon. John Trimble has been com
rntt+ioned ** Judge of the Supreme
• Bonn of Tennessee. -
A soidier who had discharged
blew r is brains out in a bagnio in Cin
The heavies: storm known in that
section lor many years passed over
Macon Ga , Thursday night.
The Union League of Memphis has
“winked,” and the dfher brunches of
West Tenne#see are following suit. "* f
Disraeli says women can vote in
Lug and if tho revisers ot tiie election
lists are wiling.
Some Hungarian gypiie* in London
have gol into trouble by exhibiting
dancing hears wi b predilecti.m for
A Frcedmin’s Bureau official named
Sclienck, Li oilier ol tiie Congrcssinaa,
was sold out by the marshal m Cario
the other day.
'J he betrothal »f tbe King of Bavaria
to tho Grand puche** Matia, ol Kus
sia, i.- regarded as certain.
Tbe New Yyrk Mail says ; “Very
I natural Ipokjug busts are now made of
wnc ncttaig. Frlce 1 •“().”
Tho pu.spectug of the new telegraph*
ic line to connect Portugal and toe
United fctatCß, under the title ol the
‘ Peopld’s Gable, *’ bus been issued.
A milkman’s horse and wagon wore
petieipated into a cistern lull of w ater,
og i’rinse Street, Jiriroklyn, Sundry,
aud ttio horse was drowned.
McDevitt, in practicing at Chioogo,
Sunday, made a run of i ,461 caroms.
The Lulls w ere not jawed, and the en
tire run was ma le between the low er
end "of the thbfe and the spot.
The yq»ng Dorney, who fought
Fitxgcrtild at Robei* sdale, Indiana,
about a year ago, ,ie matched to tight
wi li Abe Jvcl.y, ol I'Liladelj'Uia, for
£2dU a side, ca’cit weights, in ona
mouth, near Chicago.
A New 1 ork correspondent ecouts
at the sincerity (f John Allen’s “tho
M ickeJest Man’s,”' conversion. He
soys that it is all an advertising do.lgo
j i eparatorv to nn opening a more
-tiiisk dunce house in uuotb.r place.
A man named Young, and hi* three
sons, killed one hundred and thirty—
four Arttlesiiiikes in qj:e day. in Hainiß''
tpu county, TbilDc¥eeo', recently.
A tine and valuable horse belonging
io Mr. Henry dresMiiau, living near
Covington, Ky , w ent mud tho other
day, necessiia mg its being shot. I
People in Paris pay 6treet musicians
not to play, and hence men with clari
onets utitfee their arms, who can’t play
a note, dt ivp a gqud buiiness by mere
ly threatening music, ***
Hatcher, tiie man who commi'ted
such a Brutal outrage on a girl in Mau
ry* 'cbiitityf Tennessee, late y, has been
found guilty, toe recommending that
the extreme penalty of the iaw he :u-
Slcft’di m ji.isi Is imr + immir-m
Tlia- Berk* eonnty, Pensylvana,
Diiuoeratic 0' nvuitiou yesterday re
tu i.,.n tcJ for t’ongiess flan. J. Law
rence Gclz. “
A misuadi rstandiDg betvveen two
men named Pepper and Berry, which
i occurfed severhf yfears ago at a ball in
Delevnn, ltdiiois, terminated the other
d»j- in the death ot Peppor at the
Lauda of his foe. i hey met in a bar- (
room, w belt .Berry cjut bis untagouivt
so ttiat bis bowels protruded, causing
his death soon aft r.
A correspondep 1 of the Uaducali
Herald says considerable escitemetst
existed set Birmingham, Ky., on tho
jld- inst, bectiutt* of the attempt of a
iiegto boy niniy and Joe Mmlory to oul
i age the pet sou of tin! daughter cf
Mr Blauf Heath There was a strong
disposition to hang the wretch, but
wise counsels prevailed and he was
placed in prisooata await his trial.
On Saturday, two boss, one a son of
' Samuel k’oUci f, and the teller a sou af
, John Gillie, wery pjay u“ nracttie ‘'Ckr,
iqenctyjr Mr. 1 1’otter'f, in Jsfpmu town—
Defitlnce entity, t'tf'o. Tb gome
rcrlffi* or pßy the tilm** b*ty tfivew an
bode, which struck young Pot-
Lnt on the leg. Au artery was cut,
and the L“y not noticing the wound
tit first lilt'd to deayi IVfore surgical
licbi could be obtained;
rfftetlfft?! tffi%ttr«r dhyl’U large crowd'
iJiPSiAe.dti, mrd«&fv4.Wwe*e tieldin
tt'estwNft. John Alien spoke bmnv.
“as fo..owed by «evei m *-:.'V,. 4
j n ® sMwUa
| «* I-Vft f y**r»crdt i fieri dbg fn»r bora
gWs ami..•ne.highwvy dkkft*r, eecap -
%omis cquoty jad, «t
flyirm. teoj, N. 1., on Saturday ’1 bey
the Jitl r 'do«ft SnH made
their w.iy off, but the jaihr shortly re
coVereO and raised the alarm, and witlt
tiie e-t zenp, ea| 'ured three ol thcnu!-«
j The iugUwoymuaetcapeJ.